A member of the Reface series, the Yamaha Reface DX borrows from synths and keyboards of old to bring you updated functionality with those good, vintage sounds. Drawing particularly from the DX7, which was a music-defining synthesizer in the '80s, the Reface DX serves up expressive sound that harkens back to the DX7, but can be molded to your own preferences using onboard multi-effects that can be saved as one of 32 patches. The Reface DX also contains a looper, giving you the ability to quickly record and play with any sonic ideas you may have.

Product Specs

  • Reface DX
  • Black
  • 2010s
Number of Keys
  • 37 Keys

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Reviews for the Yamaha Reface DX
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  • A Fantastic FM Synth

    Verified Purchase

    Having owned my reface Dx for a few weeks now I have to say that I have been very happy with everything it is capable of. I previously owned a Dx7 which I loved, and this synth has filled that role very nicely. It definitely has its own sound and character, which to me is a plus for a hardware syn…

  • Exactly what you'd think

    Verified Purchase

    Reface DX is a tiny DX7 with looper and a built-in speaker. It's good, but the sonic palette seems very particular and this is a sound engine you can get very close approximations of in many other places. YMMV! I don't regret buying it, but I do wish it did ... more? Downloading patches off of soundmundo is really awesome, though.

  • Amazing, came in mint condition like it said in the description!

    Verified Purchase

    I love this new synthesizer thanks!

  • Verified Purchase

    Wish is had more user presets but so far is an excellent little synth and sounds great.

  • A great new member of the DX family!

    Verified Purchase

    This is my 5th FM synth, I already own a DX7II, tx81z, DX11, and s Korg 707. I was looking for something more portable and easier to program. The Reface DX certainly fit the bill, and I was pleasantly surprised by its sound. While obviously sharing similarities to my classic 6 and 4 op yamahas, the…